When I was in high school, I put together a scrapbook of things I’d held onto from childhood. We moved around a lot, so it’s a miracle that I was able to save anything at all, but somehow, I held onto these Girl Scout membership cards including one from 1977. It’s hard to imagine that […]
In early December we had another ice storm that killed our electricity and put us out of the house for six days. Here are some photos I shot in Teresa’s garden at the start of the storm.
God help those blessed-are-the-poor who quietly live out their lives in Rural America. Who surf the world through satellite dishes. Who grow giant gardens and eat and can all that they grow. Who consume pickled cucumbers and zucchini bread at every meal. Blessed are those who work with their hands to make everything better. Who […]
Pick Your Own Food in Central Oklahoma For the past few weekends we’ve escaped the concrete jungle to find our rural fix at pick-your-own farms across Central Oklahoma. The built environment can suck the life right out of you and I’m desperate for these short getaways. In fact, the older I get, the louder the […]
Today, is the third feature in the Oklahoma Women Summer Faith Series 2015. With gratitude I welcome the testimony of an old friend, Deb Soderboom Wells. I attended high school with Debbie back in the 1980s, and I just loved her to pieces. We all did! I remember her as the sweetest, bounciest high school cheerleader I ever met. Her classmates […]
We’re in our third week of the Oklahoma Women Summer Faith Series on Are You There, God? It’s Me, Generation X. In the coming weeks we’ll be hearing from a single mom of three; a mom and nurse who is five-year survivor of lung cancer; a state senator and many more! This week we hear from […]